Postdoctoral and PhD Positions at Monash University in Australia
Postdoctoral and PhD positions are available for enthusiastic and highly-driven scientists to join the Pocock laboratory. Available projects will use molecular and genetic methods to dissect developmental processes governing stem cell and brain development.
The Pocock Laboratory (Roger Pocock — Monash University, www.pococklab.org) is based in an outstanding Caenorhabditis elegans hub within the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology at the Monash University Biomedicine Discovery Institute. The laboratory uses a combination of genetic, molecular and biochemical approaches to study developmental and signaling processes in both C. elegans and mammalian cells.
Candidates should have a high level of motivation and relevant training in molecular biology, genetics and biochemical techniques. Prior C. elegans experience is useful but not a pre-requisite and researchers with experience in other model systems e.g. mammals, zebrafish and Drosophila are encouraged to apply. Postdoctoral candidates must have a PhD in a relevant field and an excellent research history as indicated by their publication record.
Please email a letter of interest including your research history, CV and future research interests to - firstname.lastname@example.org. Note that personal funding support is not required but all postdocs will be expected to apply for individual research fellowships.